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Kalandadze: A meeting betwee Ivanishvili and Saakashvili has brought positive signals2013-03-07 12:09
Georgian President's administration appreciates the positive signals and trends that come after the meeting of the president Mikheil Saakashvili and Prime Minister Ivanishvili, indicating the importance of dialogue between the parties. As reported by the News-Georgia, this was announced by the presidential adviser Nino Kalandadze on Wednesday, March 6.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"We also note the meeting of the Prime Minister and president of the Supreme Court of Georgia Konstantin Kublashvili, as well as the statements made by the Prime Minister after the meeting. We want to note that the independence of the judiciary, as well as non-interference in the work of the media, was one of the issues discussed at the meeting of the president and Premier, and we are pleased that we have heard positive statements on the part of the Prime Minister", Kalandadze said.
Among the positive signals Nino Kalandadze indicated the willingness of the president and the Prime Minister to make a joint statement about the foreign policy of the country.
She added that the meetings between the president and the Prime Minister should be continued. "The dialogue has no alternative", said the presidential adviser.
As recalled by the Vesti.az, the meeting of the president Mikheil Saakashvili and Prime Minister Bidzina Ivanishvili took part on Monday, March 4. Despite the fact that after the meeting the parties stated they had failed to agree on all issues, they confirmed that the dialogue should continue.